WASHINGTON – Southlake has landed on WalletHub’s list of the top 20 small cities to live in America.
Ranking 20th overall, the Tarrant County city had the lowest housing costs of all cities WalletHub analyzed. It was also third in highest population with a high school diploma or higher.
Southlake also ranked 14th in economic health, 15th in affordability, 140th in safety, 469th in quality of life, and 625th in education and health.
Other Texas cities in the top 100 were No. 23 Cedar Park, No. 81 Colleyville, No. 82 Leander, No. 85 Keller, and No. 86 Allen.
Colleyville ranked second in both highest homeownership rate and highest population with at least a high school diploma.
The top five cities on the ranking were Sammamish, Wash.; Carmel, Ind.; Brentwood, Tenn.; Lexington, Mass.; and Reading, Mass.
In order to determine the rankings, WalletHub compared 1,322 cities across 43 metrics.
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